Student Employment Strategies: How Humaculture Supports an Effective Student Employment Strategy
- No central student employment management policy, hiring and schedules set by departments.
- Non-benefits eligible part time employees working in multiple departments
- Multiple colleges and departments, each with unique student employment relationships.
- Part-time salaried job descriptions did not clearly limit hours
- Analyze and modify job descriptions.
- Construct central student employment policy followed by all departments
- Draft policy for crediting hours for W-2 compensated funded graduate students
- Develop central hours monitoring system to assure compliance
- More strategic use of student positions to support academics and student outcomes
- Reduce risk of disparate impact among protected classes
- Increased student employee understanding and satisfaction with pay, funding and job duties
- Improved record keeping at the department level
- Greater understanding among departments, resulting in better communications to new students, employees requesting additional hours, positions in additional departments, etc.
The Humaculture® philosophy leads to an intentional student employment and funding strategy that fully supports the organizational vision and mission.